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Visas, Visas and Visas


We are one week away before the fees for a visa appointment at the US embassy in Jamaica.

Some students have rolled in and gotten their appointment dates. We know know that the rest of April and May are solidly booked.


So word of caution, when you come to book your appointment, have your CXC/CAPE schedules available, so there is no clash when booking.




What must get done:

Passport pic taken at Bryan's photo studio

SEVIS Fee

DS 160

Birth Certificate

Acceptance Letter

CXC or CAPE results

SAT result

Medical letter

Passport


That would be your packet for embassy.



GOOD LUCK WITH EXAMS!


I know many of you are focussing on your exams. Please give it a 100%. Why? With grades above 2 in CAPE, you could earn college credits and graduate in record time.



MOCK EXAMS


The week of May 1-4, SAT and GRE students can come in from 10 - 4 and do their mock exams. Exam for these 2 groups fall on May 6 -12.


VERSAN

Holiday schedule is May ...things get quiet around Versan. We resume full classes in July.


See you next week.


 

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